old pals reunite on a golf course with hilarious resultsold pals reunite on a golf course with hilarious resultsold pals reunite on a golf course with hilarious results

by:Marslite     2019-09-06
ST. JACOBS —
There is no need to know something about golf, not even about the sport, and there is no need to enjoy nom Foster\'s hilarious play \"men\'s four\" in San Kai
Jacob country Theater on Friday night.
In this movie, golf is just a tool to carry the storyline, which is sometimes sharp and mainly very, very interesting.
Golf is actually the perfect backdrop for this comedy because it\'s not a high action game like tennis.
Have time to walk, chat and think about life, which is what happens when four university partners get together to play games after 20 alumni gatherings.
These guys are very close to school, but in the next 20 years they \'ve been separated, and Cameron, played by James Carr, decided to rekindle what they once had.
Each scene is a player of a total of 18 holes;
Nine points before the break, nine points after each scene, they either go right from the stage or left from the stage.
This is unusual, but allows each scene to have its own unique taste, as friends slowly reveal what is happening in their lives, most of which are unexpected.
Kall, as nervous Cameron, has enjoyed a successful life professionally, but it\'s also boring, and he wants to add spice through the alternative life of his more exciting friends.
Dan Payne plays Ted as a businessman who drinks too much when he reveals that his new wife is not in her 20 s yet, what followed was a lot of cheap footage about her being a child-married bride.
Rick, played by Richard quesner, looks good, but he\'s a self.
He now lives in Florida and sells expensive boats and golf all the year round.
He convinced his friends that he had a lot of friends in Florida, unlike in school, and his only friend was the three.
The truth is finally revealed, because the false appearance is finally stripped out, revealing the real man under all the bluffs.
The Donnie played by Jacob James is the most unattractive of men.
Dressed in socks, sandals and loose cargo pants, he was short and dirty, married to a group of children and lived in a small town, all he talked about was his family.
He is also a very bad golfer, which adds a lot of extra comedy to the show.
The four actors are veterans of Drayton, and they are perfect in their respective roles.
There is no critical comedy opportunity for everyone to make the audience laugh, and when the characters need serious bashing, they all have the skill to turn it down to a notch.
When it pointed out to Downey that all he was talking about was his family, at first he apologized, and then he got angry and gave a strong speech about the importance of the family, his life may not be wonderful, but he has gained a lot.
At some point these guys are angry with each other and stop talking, but the actors are able to portray this tension, or need, in a place where there is no talk.
Directed by Max repulse, the show grabbed you from the start and won\'t let go.
There\'s too much meat here, a lot of comedy and life experience, especially for men who feel they need to cheer up and not expose the vulnerable side.
The set, designed by Douglas parachuk, is truly inspired and enhanced by Siobhan Sleath lighting design.
Paraschuk has gone above and beyond and created a beautiful forest as the background, with several huge trees on both sides of the stage creating a three dimensional space.
What a talented designer can do with some planks and a few cans of paint is amazing.
The effect is amazing and very effective.
Vhill @ therecord. com ST. JACOBS —
There is no need to know something about golf, not even about the sport, and there is no need to enjoy nom Foster\'s hilarious play \"men\'s four\" in San Kai
Jacob country Theater on Friday night.
In this movie, golf is just a tool to carry the storyline, which is sometimes sharp and mainly very, very interesting.
Golf is actually the perfect backdrop for this comedy because it\'s not a high action game like tennis.
Have time to walk, chat and think about life, which is what happens when four university partners get together to play games after 20 alumni gatherings.
These guys are very close to school, but in the next 20 years they \'ve been separated, and Cameron, played by James Carr, decided to rekindle what they once had.
Each scene is a player of a total of 18 holes;
Nine points before the break, nine points after each scene, they either go right from the stage or left from the stage.
This is unusual, but allows each scene to have its own unique taste, as friends slowly reveal what is happening in their lives, most of which are unexpected.
Kall, as nervous Cameron, has enjoyed a successful life professionally, but it\'s also boring, and he wants to add spice through the alternative life of his more exciting friends.
Dan Payne plays Ted as a businessman who drinks too much when he reveals that his new wife is not in her 20 s yet, what followed was a lot of cheap footage about her being a child-married bride.
Rick, played by Richard quesner, looks good, but he\'s a self.
He now lives in Florida and sells expensive boats and golf all the year round.
He convinced his friends that he had a lot of friends in Florida, unlike in school, and his only friend was the three.
The truth is finally revealed, because the false appearance is finally stripped out, revealing the real man under all the bluffs.
The Donnie played by Jacob James is the most unattractive of men.
Dressed in socks, sandals and loose cargo pants, he was short and dirty, married to a group of children and lived in a small town, all he talked about was his family.
He is also a very bad golfer, which adds a lot of extra comedy to the show.
The four actors are veterans of Drayton, and they are perfect in their respective roles.
There is no critical comedy opportunity for everyone to make the audience laugh, and when the characters need serious bashing, they all have the skill to turn it down to a notch.
When it pointed out to Downey that all he was talking about was his family, at first he apologized, and then he got angry and gave a strong speech about the importance of the family, his life may not be wonderful, but he has gained a lot.
At some point these guys are angry with each other and stop talking, but the actors are able to portray this tension, or need, in a place where there is no talk.
Directed by Max repulse, the show grabbed you from the start and won\'t let go.
There\'s too much meat here, a lot of comedy and life experience, especially for men who feel they need to cheer up and not expose the vulnerable side.
The set, designed by Douglas parachuk, is truly inspired and enhanced by Siobhan Sleath lighting design.
Paraschuk has gone above and beyond and created a beautiful forest as the background, with several huge trees on both sides of the stage creating a three dimensional space.
What a talented designer can do with some planks and a few cans of paint is amazing.
The effect is amazing and very effective.
Vhill @ therecord. com ST. JACOBS —
There is no need to know something about golf, not even about the sport, and there is no need to enjoy nom Foster\'s hilarious play \"men\'s four\" in San Kai
Jacob country Theater on Friday night.
In this movie, golf is just a tool to carry the storyline, which is sometimes sharp and mainly very, very interesting.
Golf is actually the perfect backdrop for this comedy because it\'s not a high action game like tennis.
Have time to walk, chat and think about life, which is what happens when four university partners get together to play games after 20 alumni gatherings.
These guys are very close to school, but in the next 20 years they \'ve been separated, and Cameron, played by James Carr, decided to rekindle what they once had.
Each scene is a player of a total of 18 holes;
Nine points before the break, nine points after each scene, they either go right from the stage or left from the stage.
This is unusual, but allows each scene to have its own unique taste, as friends slowly reveal what is happening in their lives, most of which are unexpected.
Kall, as nervous Cameron, has enjoyed a successful life professionally, but it\'s also boring, and he wants to add spice through the alternative life of his more exciting friends.
Dan Payne plays Ted as a businessman who drinks too much when he reveals that his new wife is not in her 20 s yet, what followed was a lot of cheap footage about her being a child-married bride.
Rick, played by Richard quesner, looks good, but he\'s a self.
He now lives in Florida and sells expensive boats and golf all the year round.
He convinced his friends that he had a lot of friends in Florida, unlike in school, and his only friend was the three.
The truth is finally revealed, because the false appearance is finally stripped out, revealing the real man under all the bluffs.
The Donnie played by Jacob James is the most unattractive of men.
Dressed in socks, sandals and loose cargo pants, he was short and dirty, married to a group of children and lived in a small town, all he talked about was his family.
He is also a very bad golfer, which adds a lot of extra comedy to the show.
The four actors are veterans of Drayton, and they are perfect in their respective roles.
There is no critical comedy opportunity for everyone to make the audience laugh, and when the characters need serious bashing, they all have the skill to turn it down to a notch.
When it pointed out to Downey that all he was talking about was his family, at first he apologized, and then he got angry and gave a strong speech about the importance of the family, his life may not be wonderful, but he has gained a lot.
At some point these guys are angry with each other and stop talking, but the actors are able to portray this tension, or need, in a place where there is no talk.
Directed by Max repulse, the show grabbed you from the start and won\'t let go.
There\'s too much meat here, a lot of comedy and life experience, especially for men who feel they need to cheer up and not expose the vulnerable side.
The set, designed by Douglas parachuk, is truly inspired and enhanced by Siobhan Sleath lighting design.
Paraschuk has gone above and beyond and created a beautiful forest as the background, with several huge trees on both sides of the stage creating a three dimensional space.
What a talented designer can do with some planks and a few cans of paint is amazing.
The effect is amazing and very effective.
Vhill @ therecord.
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